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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY OCTOBER 29 1909 3
L I NEWS OF OT UTAH A8 AND ND ADJOINING STATES I
Ogden News NewsOftlce410
Office Oftlce410 410 Twentyfifth street streetCirculation streetCirculatIon streetCirculation
Circulation Department 366 Twenty Twentyfifth Twentyfifth Twentytltth
fifth Street StreetTestimony StreetHEAR StreetHEAR
HEAR OGDEN PLEA PLEAFOR PLEAFOR
FOR LOWER RATES RATESTestimony RATESTestimony
Testimony Presented and the theCase theCase theCase
Case Adojurned Until Sat Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
urday in Salt Lake
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgflen
Ogden Oct 28 28one One of the most im important ImportaMt important ¬
portant facts brought out at th the hear hearing hearIng hear1Ig ¬
ing ef the alleged discrimination of ofthe ott ofthe
the t Oregon O Short Line Railroad com company comJalU cornP4y ¬
pany against Ogden and in favor of ofSalt otSAlt ofSalt
Salt Lake City before Interstate Corn Cornmere Commerce Corninrc
mere Commissioner < < C A Prouty In Inthi Intitl Inthis
this city today was the testimony of ofD otD ofD
D X Burley general passenger enger agent agentof
of th the Oregon Short Line company companythat companythat companythat
that during the months of September Septemberand
and October at the FourState fair fairivhleh fairwbleb fairwhich
which was held In Ogden and the theMormon theMormon theMormon
Mormon church genera conference and andstate andstatB
state fair held in Salt Lake City the therailroad therailroad therailroad
44 railroad company sold more than half halfas
as a many ticket this year ear to Ogden aa aait aait saIt
it did to Salt Lake City CityIn
In support of the testimony of Mr MrBurley MrBurley MrBurley
Burley the following was Introduced IntroducedFrom introducedFrom Introducedf3rom
From common territory to both bothpoint bothpolnanumb bothpolntnumber
point polnanumb number r of ticket sold soldIMS 1I01d1M
IMS IMSTo 1909 lt09To 1O9To
To Ogden and return for forthe forthe forthe
the Fourgtate fair 1039 1039To 3253 325361SS 15ITo 325To
To Salt Lake City for con conference confere conferee ¬
ference fere SaM and state fair 5762 5762At 57 II 61SS 61SSSpecial 6118At 6128At
At the t e conclusion of the taking of oftestimony ofteatlnon oftesthnony
testimony by Commissioner Prouty an anadjournment anadjournment anadjournment
adjournment was taken until next Sat Saturday Saturoa t turday ¬
urday uroa morning at Salt City when four fourinembers foutmmb fourmember
member mmb of the interstate commerce commercecammlMion commereecommlaaion commercevummiaIon
cammlMion will hear the arguments of ofthe otthe ofthe
the attorneys for both sides sidesThe aidesThe sideaThe
The hearing began at 10 oclock this thismoraine thlmoralng thumorning
moraine injthe In the council chamber at the thecity theeJt thecity
city eJt hall Present were Commission Commissioner ¬
er C A Prouty H H Henderson and andA
A R Heywood for the complainants complainantsP
P L I L Williams of Salt Lake City and andy andp
y p 10 C Dillard of Chicago representing representingthe repre entln entlnthe
the defendants defendantsAmong defendaRblAmong defendantaAmong
Among thoe present reaent were President PresidentWilliam PresidentVilliam PrealdentWII1am
William Glasmann of the FourState FourStateassociation FourStatea8 FourStateaseociatlon
association a8 United States Marshal MarshalJames MarshalJamM MarshalJamea
James Anderson n R W Phillips stenog stenographer stenographer stenographor ¬
rapher of the commission Presidents PresidentsGrant PreldentsGrant PresidentaGrant
Grant Smith and Stohl of the Davis DavisCache DavisCache Davis4ache
Cache and Box Elder lder stakes of the theMormon th thIonnon theMormon
Mormon church A C Smoot of Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City D E Burley and D S SSpenoer SSpencer SSpnoer
Spencer the general and assistant gen general general genera ¬
eral era passenger agents of the Oregon OregonShort OregonSh OregonShort
Short Sh rt Line George H Smith assistant assistantcounsel aseistantcounselor aeslatantcounsel
counsel counselor or the railroad A B Moseley Moseleyand Moseleyand Mosehsand
and P H Cook traveling freight and andpassenger andpMeftger andpassenger
passenger agents respectively of the theHarriman theHarriman theHarriman
Harriman lines C R Holllngsworth Holllngsworthlocal
local counsel of the Harriman lines linesI
I L Reynolds secretary of the Weber Weberclub Weberclub Veberclub
club Sidney Stevens and Henry Tavey
QUESTION IS STRADDlED STRADDlEDAuditing
Auditing Committee of Waterworks WaterworksRecords WaterworksRecords WaterworksRecords
Records Shows That William WilliamGlasmann WilliamGlasmann WilliamGlasmann
Glasmann Was Correct CorrectSpecial CorrectSpecll CorrectSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 28 JIMaor Mayor Brewers water watercommittee watercommittee
1 committee straddles the water question questionIt
It reports the water report was true and andcorrect andcorreet andcorrect
correct and there th re was J9V13I IItt It cash on onhand ODhanel onhand
hand and nd then says that the auditors auditorsreport auditorsreport tuditorsreport
report of the same me report shows an over overdraft overdraft overdraft ¬
draft of ZM 23OI6 < 6 and also proves that Wil William William Vil11am ¬
liam GlMmann Gla mann was right when he said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that the warrant for nolIi 101 was drawn drawnby dranby drawnby
by the auditor and approved by the cit citcouncil cttcouncil city citycouncil >
council and mayor mayorIt
It says sa the waterworks made a ne neearning net netearning netearning
earning of 1123320 by counting 20799 207960fire 20799fire 201960tire
fire hydrant rent due from the city and anduncollected and43n
483321 uncollected water rent rentboth both as asan asan asan
an earning earulngand and that all of the earnings earningswith earningswith earningswith
with other money had been expended on onthe onthe onthe
the system systemThat 88temThat systemThat
That is what Mr Glasmann said was wasdone wasdone waslOftS
done He said thre was not a dollars dollarsprofit dollarpront dollarsprofit
profit over and above the expenses
DIES IN EXPRESS WAGON WAGONFormer
Former Salt Laker Fatally Attacked Attackedby
by Heart Disease While Whileat
at Work WorkSpecial WorkSpeelal WorkI WorkSpecial
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Special to The HeraldRepubitcan HeraldRepubitcanOgAea
Ogden Oct 28ThI 58 This morning at about abouM3t
M3t 11 oclock while driving his express expiesswagon expresswagon e pre s sqon
wagon along Washington avenue near nearTwentyeighth n nearTwentyeighth r rTwentyeighth
Twentyeighth street reet Don Carlos Dal Dalton DaltonIf Daltonwas ton tonwas
was If seen to fall backward on the seat t o ohis of ofh ofhis
his h wagon Nearby workmen rushed to tohis tohl tohis
his hl assistance u l8tance but the afflicted man ex expired expired exptred
pired In his wagon wagonDr
Dr Edward Rich pronounced the cause causeheart causeheart causeheart
heart failure failureMr
Mr lr Dalton was born In Salt Lake Feb Febi FeblVI
7 i 18O 18 but had lived in Ogden a long longtime longtime longtime
time He was employed by the Allen AllenTransfer AllenTranster AllenTransfer
Transfer company of this city for four fourteen fourteen fourteen
teen years y > arto He Is survived b by > a widow
four our daughters Mrs Peter Ingebrotsen IngebrotsenMrs
Mrs John Davis Mrs Stephen Blair and andliss andMiss andMiss
Miss Nora Dalton and two sons Walter Walterand Walterand Val tel teland
and Don Dalton all of whom reside In InOgden InOgden I IOgden
Ogden
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stock because there are mighty mightyfew mightyfew
few manufacturers who do not notput notput notput
put all the value looks and andstyle andstyle andstyle
style possible into a sample sampleits
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purity and excellence for fifty fiU years yearsIt
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YOUTHFUL WRECKERS WRECKERSCALL WRECKERSCALL WRECKERSCALL
CALL IT FUNNY JOKE JOKESpecial JOKES JOKESpial
Special S l to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden HeraldRepubllconYOgden
Ogden Oct 2S SFour Four young men of this thisity thiscityG thiscltyG
cityG ity G Tout R Farr C Murphy and andL
L j rackard are In serious trouble over overan overaD overan
an attempt at practical Joking They are areurder areurder areurder
urder bonds for an alleged felony felonyThe felonyThe felonyThe
The boys say that on th the evening of ofOct ofOct ofOct
Oct 18 to have a little fun with a street streetcar
car ar motorman they placed a pile of bridge bridgeimbers bridgetimbers bridgetimbers
timbers upon the car track They sup supposed supposed supposed ¬
posed of course that the motorman mo rman would wouldee
see ee the timbers before he wove tlrove his car carupon carupon carupon
upon them and they would have the fun funof funof funof
of watching him remove the obstruction obstructionfrom
from rom the track But the motorman did didnot t1ldnot didnot
not notice the timbers until it was too tooate toolate tooate
ate and the car ca was derailed
BEAR SKIN ROBE IS ISSTOLEN ISSTOLEN ISSTOLEN
STOLEN FROM CARRIAGE CARRIAGESpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 28 8ACtr After having driven drivenaround drivenaround drivenaround
around the town for some little time last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night Will Craig and Nelson Flygare Flygarestopped Flygartstopped Flygarestopped >
stopped at the Potter cafe for lunch lunchWhen lunclWhen lunchWhen
When they returned to their rig they theybond tMYfound theyfound
found that a valuable bear skin lap robe robelad robehad robehad
had been stolen from the buggy buggyThe buggyThe buggyThe
The bear skin from which the lap robe robewas robewas robewas
was made was killed by young Craig an4 an4rank anJFrank aniFrank
Frank Peterson about a year ago in inJouth InSouth inSouth
South Fork canyon Craig refused J150 J150Or 15t 15tfOr l50fOr
fOr Or the robe
DEATH SUMMONS MRS MRSANNA MRSANNA MRSANNA
ANNA ELIZA SODERBERG SODERBERGSpecial
Special to to The HeraldRepubitcan HeraldRepubitcanOgden
Ogden Oct 28 Z8lIrs Mrs Anna Eliza Soder Sodererg Soderberg Soderberg
berg > erg died at the family residence resldpneeJefferson 2060 2060Jefferson 2001Jefferson
Jefferson avenue last night at 730 She Shewas Shewas Shewas
was born in Sweden Dec 5 1839 but had hadeen hadbeen hadbeen
been > een a resident re ldent of this city for a great greatmany greatmany greatmany
many years ears Mrs Soderberg Is survived survivedby 1
by a husband Carl M Soderberg a adaughter adaughter I Idaughter
daughter Mrs Mary Christenson and by bythree bythree i ithree
three sons Carl Frank and Theodore
ORCHESTRA GIVES DANCE DANCESpecial DANCESpecial DANCESpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 28 Z8The The Ogden High school schoolorchestra schoolorchestra schoolorchestra
orchestra wilt give another dance next nextFriday nextFriday nextFriday
Friday evening in the High school assem assembly ambly assembly ¬
bly hall Two weeks ago the orchestra orchestragave orchestragave orchestragave
gave a dance in honor of the All Hallows Hallowsfootball Hallowsfootball Hallowsfootball
football team which waa one of the most mostsuccessful mo mestsuccessful t tsucceassful
successful palte alls ever given by the school schoolThere schoolThere schoolThere
There are seventeen pieces in the orches orchestra or hes hestra ¬
tra tm and they have been trained to the theminute theminute theminute
minute
BURGLARS STEAL PURSE PURSESpecial PURSESpecial PURSESpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden
Ogden Oct 38 Z8Jlrs Mrs Walter Browning Browningresiding Browningresiding Browningresiding
residing at the corner of Grant avenue avenueand avenueIlnd avenueand
and Twentyseventh street stepped across acrossthe acrOllathe acrossthe
the road last night to speak to her mother motherinlaw motherInlaw motherinlaw
inlaw and while she was gone burglars burglarsentered burglarsEntEred burglarsentered
entered her home and succeeded in find finding flndIn fInding ¬
ing In a purse with Ub 11 in it
WITNESS KNO KNOS S lAGER lAGERBEER LAGERBEER
BEER fROM FROMROOT ROOT BEER BEERSaloon I ISaloon
Saloon Man Convicted Because Pa Patrons Patrons Patrons ¬
trons Taste Was Accurate AccurateEnough AccnmteEnongh AccurateEnough
Enough to Discriminate DiscriminateSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanMt
Mt It Pleasant Oct SS SJohn John Averett was wasfound wasfound wasfound
found guilty today of the illegal selling sellingof
of Intoxicants but A B Waldemar W ldemar Jus Justice justice justies ¬
tice of the peace deferred d sentence sent n e until untilSaturday unUISaturday untilSaturday
Saturday The trial of the case com commenced commenced cornmenced ¬
menced Thursday and a number of wit witnesses witnesses ¬
nesses ne were examined but the prosecution prosecutionhad I Ihad
had only one witness witnessEdward witnessEdward I IEdward
Edward Sorensen testified that he went wentInto wentInto wentinto
Into the saloon of Gunderson Averett AverettOct AverettOct AverettOct
Oct 1 18 and was treated by Averett AverettThe AvenottThe AverettThe
The defense endeavored to get Sorenson Sorensonto
to say that the drink might have been beenroot beenroot beenroot
root beer but witness knew lager when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he tasted It and insisted this was lager lagerLater lagerLater lagerLater
Later on he said he was not so certain certainbut certainbut certainbut
but the jury had already been convinced convincedThe
The prosecution also showed that five fivebarrels fivebarrels fivebarrels
barrels of beer had been shipped to the thesaloonlsts thesaloonlsts thesaloonists
saloonlsts since nee Oct J but both Gunder Gunderson ¬
son and Averett said this was exclusively exclusivelyfor
for their families They admitted that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the stock of liquors In the saloon was wasabout wasabout wasabout
about the same as when they had been beenopen beenopen beenopen
open
DANIEL CLAYS FUNERAL FUNERALHELD FUNERALHELD FUNERALHELD
HELD BY ODD FELLOWS FELLOWSSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBingham HeraldRepublicanBingham HeraldRepublicanBingham
Bingham Oct 28 SThe The funeral of Daniel DanielClays DanilClays DanielClays
Clays a resident of Bingham since 1870 1870was lSiOVaa lS0yaw
was held at Odd Fellows hall at 2 oclock oclockthis oclockIhls ocloekthis
this afternoon attended by a lance la con concourse concourse concourse ¬
course of peopl The Rev Martin Thomas Thomasof
of the Methodist fPtho lst Episcopal church of officiated oftlclated officiated ¬
ficiated at services under the auspices auspicesof
of the order of Odd Fellows The floral floralofferings floralofferings floralofferings
offerings were many and beautiful The Theremains Thert Theremains
remains rt > will be shipped to Eber W WHalls WHalls WHalls
Halls undertaking parlors in Salt Lake Laketomorrow Laketomorrow Laketomorrow
tomorrow morning where services will be beheld beheld beheld
held In the chapel A large number of ofOdd ofOdd ofOdd
Odd Fellows of the Salt Lake lodges will willbe willbe willbe
be in attendance Burial will take place placein
in the City Cit cemetery cemeteryThe ct > meteryThe
The Rev Re P A Simpkin grand secretary secretaryof
of the Odd Fellows was expected here to today today today ¬
day but could not come
POLICE FORCE IS ISMAD ISMAD
MAD AT MINISTER MINISTERCity
City Marshal of Provo Threat Threatens ¬
ens to Arrest Rev F H HGoodwin HGoodwin IIGoodwin
Goodwin GoodwinSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanProvo
Provo Oct 28 38Aftcr After a prohibition mass massmeeting massmeeting massmeeting
meeting tonight City Marshal Thomas J JWilliams JYiJltams JWilliams
Williams said that he Intended to have havohe havethe havethe
the Rev F H Goodwin arrested for slan ¬
der on account of a statement made by
the minister ministerThe ministerTile ministerThe
The meeting was held in the Sixth ward wardmeeting wardmeeting wardmeeting
meeting house Mrs Harding mother of
Policeman W V E Harding reported that thatthe
the Rev Mr Goodwin said that the rea reason realIOn rcason ¬
son so few drunks were arrested in Provo Provowas Provowas Provewas
was because the Provo police force fre frequented frequented frequented ¬
quented saloons playing cards and tak ¬
ing bribes bribesWarren bribes1Varren bribesWarren
Warren S Ferry a policeman after he
heard what had been said by the minister ministersaid ministersaid ministersaid
said that he intended to Institute action
for 10000 damages damagesThe
The charges s and the proposed action of
the police have created a sensation here
COUNCil DECliNES TO TOORDER TOORDER
ORDER VOTE ON LIQUOR LIQUORSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Lehi Oct 28 28The The Lehl city clt council be ¬
ing convinced that a majority of the peo people plOpie peopIe ¬
pie are in favor of prohibition 1 > has re ¬
fused to put the city to the expense of ofvoting ofvoUng ofYoung
voting on the matter Instead the Re Republican Republican Republiean ¬
publican candidates last night adopted adoptedthe
the following
To the Citizens of Lehl
Inasmuch as the nominees of the Re Republican Republican Republican ¬
publican party In Lehi City have been beenaccused beenaccused beenaccused
accused of not being in favor of prohi ¬
bition we the nominees of said party do
hereby declare ourselves to be unitedly
in favor of prohibition for Lehl City
And inasmuch as the present city citjcouncil citycouncil citycouncil
council has not seen fit to submit the thematter thematter thematter
matter of prohibition to a separate and anddirect anddirect anddirect
direct vote ote of the people as recommend recommended ¬
ed by the Republican platform we the thenominees thenominees thenominees
nominees of the Republican party wish wishto wlahto
to go on record as endorsing the action actionof
of the present city council In passing passingwhat pastllngwhat passingwhat
what is known as the prohibition ordi ordinance ordlaance ordinanee ¬
nance and If elected we will uphold and andrigorously andrigorously andrigorously
rigorously enforce by every legal and andproper andproper andproper
proper m mans ° < ans said prohibition ordinance ordinanceunless ordinanceunless ordinanceunless
unless changed by a demand of the peo people people peopie ¬
ple pleThe
The dec declaration ratlon Is signed by James H
Gardner G A Goatee Walter L Webb
W E Racker R L Comer J E Bone BoneJ
J C Gough and Samuel Taylor TaylorIt
It was also decided d lded to hold a Repub ¬
lican rally in the opera house Monday Mondaynight Mondaynight londa londanight
night Nov 1
MRS JACOB STRINGHAM STRINGHAMDIES STRING HAM HAMDIES
DIES IES OF TYPHOID FEVER FEVERSpecial FEVERSpecial FEVERSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanEphraim HeraldRepublicanEphraim HeraldRepublicanEphraim
Ephraim Oct 28 28lIrs Mrs Jacob Stringham Stringhamdied
died at Vermillion Tuesday night from fromtyphoid fromtyphoid fromtyphoid
typhoid fever She leaves a husband and anda
a family of small children She was taken takenill
ill over four weeks ago and a few days daysago daysago daysago
ago it was hoped she was on the road to torecovery torecoven torecovery
recovery but Monday she became worse worseand worseand worseand
and continued to sink until the end came cameMrs cameIrs cameMrs
Mrs Irs Stringham was born In Holden forty fortysix tortyItx fortycix
six years ago She has been active In Inthe Inthe inthe
the social and religious work of Vermil Vermillion Vermillion Vermitlion ¬
lion for years
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR FORREXBURG FORREXBURGPIONEER FORREXBURGPIONEER
REXBURG REXBURGPIONEER PIONEER WOMAN WOMANSpecial
Special Spe lal to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanRexbury HeraldRepublicanRexburg HeraldRepublicanRexburg
Rexburg Idaho Oct 2S 28Mrs S Mrs Leonard LeonardRock LoonardRock LeonardRock
Rock widow of Henry Rock of Hibbard Hibbarddted Hibbarddied Hibbarddied
died Oct 21 1 and was buried from the theHlbtard theHiMard theHiblard
Hlbtard meeting house on Sunday Sundayafter Sundayafternoon after afternoon afternoon ¬
noon She was 70 years of age and a apioneer apioneer apioneer
pioneer settler settlerFuneral settlerFuneral ettlerFuneral
Funeral servicee were In charge of ofBishop orBishop ofBishop
Bishop Rigby of Hibbard Elder Leo LeoJacobs I LeoJacobs < J JJacoba
Jacobs sang Oh My Iy Father The Hib Hibbard Hibbard Hibbard ¬
bard choir also repdered several eral appro appropriate appropriate appropriate ¬
priate selections Elder James Berry and andBishop andBlahop andBishop
Bishop Rigby were among the speakers
WOMAN PAYS A FINE FINEFOR FINEFOR FINEFORSTEALING
FOR FORSTEALING STEALING COAL COALSpecial COALSpecial COALSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanBingham HeraldRepublicanBIngham HeraldRepublicanBlnghaxn
Bingham Oct 28 81Irs Mrs John Perino Perlnowho Perinowho Perinowho
who was caught carrying away 100 100pounds 100pounds 100pounds
pounds of coal from the Utah Copper Coppermine Coppermine Coppermine
mine was fined 15 today tOda after she had hadpleaded badpleadt hadpleaded
pleaded > d guilty B Bert rt Allen and Gus Kin Kinda Kindall Kindali
da dall 11 of Upper Bingham were also fined
1 15 for coal thefts The company has lost lostso lostso
so much coal recently that a special specialdeputy specialdeput specialdeputy
deputy has been placed on guard
SALT LAKERS ATTEND ATTENDLIVINGSTON ATTENDLIVINGSTON ATTENDLIVINGSTON
LIVINGSTON FUNERAL FUNERALSpecial
Special to The > HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanEphraim HeraldRJpublicanEphraim HeraldRepublicanEphraim
Ephraim Oct 28 28The The funeral services servicesover serlcesoer servicesover
over the remains of James C Liv Livingston LivIngston Livingeton ¬
ingston of Fountain Green were one of ofthe otthe ofthe
the largest l ever held in that city cityMr clhlItlr cityMr
Mr Livingston was a patriarch and one oneof oneof oneof
of th the earliest settlers in Salt Lake and andalso andalso andalso
also took an active part In the war with withthe withthe withthe
the Indians IndiansThe IndiansTh IndiansThe
The Th speakers were President Anthon H HTnnd HTII111 HTIfld
Tnnd and Bl RIhoo hor > Morur both of Salt alt
Lake and Bishop Corey C rey of Sandy All Allspoke Allspoke Allspoke
spoke of Mr Livingston as being a man manof manof manof
of sterling qualltler QuaJltllrVJbo who whohad had done a great greatdeal greatdeal greatdeal
deal of good in tho state Those in at attendance attendance attendanco ¬
tendance from out of town besides the thespeakers thespeakers thespeakers
speakers were W D Livingston of Manti MantiArch MantlArch MaittArch
Arch Livingston of Gunnison Patriarch PatriarchJohn PatriarchJohn PatriarchJohn
John Smith and Charles Smith both of ofSalt ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake Floral tributes were numer numerous 1umerous umerone ¬
ous Interment was in the City cemetery
MAKING PREPARATIONS PREPARATIONSTO
TO BUILD SUGAR FACTORY FACTORYSpecial FACTORYSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanRichfield
Richfield Oct 23 2gManager Manager Cutler of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the UtahIdaho Sugar company was here hereyesterday hereesterday hereyesterday
yesterday looking over the beet situation situationand situationand situationand
and making Inquiries regarding the avail available available available ¬
able supply of labor and water Ho Is Ismaking Ismaking ismaking
making preparations for the erection of ofa ora ofa I
a sugar factory in this county He was wasin wasIn wasIn
in consultation with W H Clark chair chairman chalrJIan chairman ¬
man of the county beet growers commit committee ¬
tee This makes the farmers rejoice as asIt asIt asit
It will assure them a cash market Mr MrCutler MrCutler MrCutler
Cutler in company with Mr Ir Clark and andFred andFred andFred
Fred Goold field superintendent for fo the thesugar thesugar thesugar
sugar company visited the beet lands landsnorth landsnorth landsnorth
north of Richfield and Mr Cutler was wasmore wasmore wasmore
more than gratified Everything points to toan toan toan
an early start on a factory for this thiscounty thiscounty thiscounty
county The beet growers committee will willmeet wlllmeet willmeet
meet on Saturday to discuss the factory factoryproject factoryproject factoryproject
project
MRS HENRY BAKER IS ISDEAD ISDEAD ISDEAD
DEAD OF PARALYSIS PARALYSISSpecial PARAL YSIS YSISSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanRichfield
Richfield Oct 28 28After After an Illness last lastIng lastIng lastIng
Ing for several years Mrs Henry Baker Bakerdl Bak Bakerdied r rdied
dl died d Wednesday of paralysis During the thepast theHst thepast
past few weeks she seemed to be better betterthan betterthan betterthan
than since her attack When Mr Baker Bakerstarted Bakerstarted Bakerstarted
started for his store he noticed that she sheseemed sheseemed sheseemed
seemed Improved but he had been gone goneonly goneonly goneonly
only fifteen minutes when he received receivednews
news of her death She leaves three chil children children children ¬
dren One is a son on a mission to Eng England England England ¬
land
YOUNG MOTHER DIES DIESAFTER DIESAFTER DIESAFTER
AFTER AN OPERATION OPERATIONSpecial
Special Sp cial to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanEphraim HeraldRepublicanEphraim HeraldRepublicanEphraim
Ephraim Oct 2S SMrs Mrs Sadie Green Greenwho Greenwho Greenwho
who died after an operation Iri Salt Lake Lakefor Lakefor Lakefor
for the removal of a tumor was burled burledat
at Freedom today One of the largest as assemblages assemblages assemblages ¬
semblages ever at a funeral In that sec section section mction ¬
tion attended She was the daughter of ofDolph ofDolph ofDolph
Dolph Taylor and was only 25 years old oldShe oldShe oldShe
She leaves a husband and an Infant only onlya onl onla
a few months old Aaron Hardy and andJoseph andJOtIeph andJoseph
Joseph Jolly JolI spoke words of consolation consolationand
and Mrs Kate Reece of Wales sang a asolo asolo asolo
solo Mrs Eliza Anderson and others otherssang otherfsang otherasang
sang the beautiful song Let Her Sleep SleepInterment SleepInterment SleepInterment
Interment was in Freedom cemetery
ELECTION JUDGES ARE ARENAMED ARENAMEDBY I
NAMED NAMEDBY BY COUNCIL COUNCILSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanNephl
Nephl Oct 28 SFor For the municipal elec election election deetion ¬
tion to be held Nov 2 the following were wereappointed wereappointed wereappointed
appointed Judges by the city council councilDistrict councilDistrict councilDistrict
District No 1 l1ohn John W Yo Ellison John S SCowan SCowan SCowan
Cowan John Belllston District No 2 ZB ZBChristensen 2BChristensen B BChristensen
Christensen S J Lunt Thomas Vickers Vlckerssr
sr District No No3Jonathan 3Jonathan M Ostler OstlerJohn OstlerJohn OstlerJohn
John McPherson James D Pexton Dis District District DIetriet ¬
trict No No4Robert 4 4Robert Robert Wlnn George Foote FooteGeorge FooteGeorge FooteGeorge
George A Allen
LICENSED TO WED WEDSpecial WEDSpecial WEDSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanEphraim HeraldRepublicanEphraim HeraldRepublicanEphralm
Ephraim Oct 28 8County County Clerk Eliason EllasonIssued Eliasonl88ued Eliasonissued
Issued marriage licenses yesterday esterda to the thefollowing thefollowing thefollowing
following couples David Sorensen SorensenEmery S SorensenEmery < re s sEmery
Emery and Anna Hanson centernem centernemLouise lenteruelaLolltse centertiemLoqise
Louise Peterson and Aaron Hanson both bothof bothof bothof
of Ephraim Albert Nielson and Cornelia CorneliaStaker ComellaStaker CorneliaStaker
Staker both of Mt Pleasant
GETS 17000 DAMAGES DAMAGESSpecial DAMAGESSpecial DAMAGESSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanNephl
Nephl Oct 28 SIn In the case of Lodisa LodisaSmith LodlsaSmith LodisaSmith
Smith against the Picnic Mining company companydamages companydamages companydamages
damages of 17000 were awarded plaintiff plaintiffb
by b the jury Mrs Smiths husband was waskilled wasktlled waskilled
killed by falling 350 31 O feet down an aban abandoned abandoned abandoned ¬
doned shaft
JOSEPH DAVIS BURIED BURIEDSpecial BURIEDfflpeda1 BURIEDESpecIal
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanWillard
Willard Oct 28 Z8The The remains of Joseph JosephDavis JosephDavis JosephDavis
Davis who died In Ogden were brought broughthere broughth broughthere
here h re for burial yesterday Mr 11 Davis was wasborn wasborn wasborn
born here Oct 7 1881 He Is survived bj bjsix b bsix bysix
six brothers and three sisters He is a abrother abrother abrother
brother of Attorney John Davis of Ogden
NEW NE TRAIN TRAINFOR fOR COAST COASTSalt
Salt Lake Route Will Establish Ex Extra Extra Extra
tra Service Between Utah and andCalifornia andCalifornia andCalifornia
California CaliforniaWhen
When T C Peck general passenger passengeagent passengeragent passengeragent
agent of the Salt Lake Route returned returnedfrom returnedfrom returnedfrom
from the east yesterday y he brought with willhim withhim withhim
him good news for Salt Lake Mr Peck Peckannounced Peckannounced Peekannounced
announced that Dec 1 the Salt Lake LakRoute LakeRoute LakeRoute
Route would put on a new train to Los LosAngeles LosAngeles LosAngeles
Angeles satisfying a longfelt want fo foa for fora
a morning frain It will leave Salt Lake Lakat Lakeat
at 9 oclock oclockin In the morning and readers readersof
of The HeraldRepublican in southern southernUtah southernUtah southernUtah
Utah and Nevada will be able to get their thelnewspaper theirnewspaper theirnewspaper
newspaper on the date of its Issue IssueThe issueThe issueThe
The train will be the equal of any an in inthe Inthe inthe
the west It will make the same fast fastime tasttime fasttime
time that the Los Angeles Limited now nowmakes nowmakes nowmakes
makes and jU3t as soon as it can be built builtpalatial builtpalatial builtpalatial
palatial equipment will characterize th thtrain the thetrain thetrain
train It will iIl arrive In Los Angeles at ata 9 9a 9a
a m Returning It will leave Los An Angeles Angeles Angeles
geles at 245 p In and set here at 4 < p pm pm pm
m It will be known as the UtahCall UtahCallfornla UtahCalifornia UtahCallfornia
fornia Limited LimitedThis LimitedThis LimitedThis
This will make the third fast train tralSalt trainSalt trainSalt
Salt Lake has each way wa dally Beside Besldthe Besidethe
the usual Union Pacific sleepers the new newtrain newtrain newtrain
train will carry an Oregon Short Line Linsleeper Linesleeper
sleeper from Butte
RAilROAD IS ASSURED ASSUREDCorporation I ICorpomtion
Corporation Is Formed to Construct Constructa
a Line Between Lund and andGrand andGmnd andGrand
Grand Canyon CanyonThe
The muchtalkedof railroad between betweenLund betweenLund betweenLund
Lund Utah and the Grand canyon of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Arizona seems now to be an assured assuredfait assuredfad assuredfact
fait With the completion of the project projectb
b by eastern and western capital this sec section section eection ¬
tion of Americas wonderland will be beopened beopenpd beopened
opened up from the Utah side to tourist touristtravc touristtravl touristtravel
travel travlThe travelThe 1 1The
The Utah Southern company Is the thename thename thename
name of the th company organized by Salt SaltLake SaltLak SaltLake
Lake and eastern capitalists for the pur purt purPI
t PI p > = > i qf If building this railroad Articles nf nfincorporation nfIncorporatlon ifincorporation
incorporation were filed yesterday with withlie withthe withthe
the coant > clerk clerkJe clerkTe clerkTe
Te company has a capital stock of ofSWOGi1 atVO ofwIo
SWOGi1 VO In shares shal s of flOO 100 each of which whicht whichshares
IW t shares are held In the treasury trellsur The Theoffuers Theofficers Theofluers
officers ere Frank A Dudley presi president president president ¬
dent Victor E Huntzlcker first vice vicepresident vicepresident Ice Icepresident
president and treasurer H C 6 Edwards Edwardssecond Edwa Edwardssecond ds dssecond
second vice president A H Peabody Peabodysecretary PeabodySfoCrf Peabodysecretary
secretary SfoCrf > tary and these with H P Clark ClarkC
C E Ashton and Jay Milner form the thedirectorate thedlrlctorate thedirectorate
directorate The company com pan takes for 10000 510000a 10000a I Ia
a report made by J C White Co and andby andb andby
by b Frank A Dudley on the feasibility of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the road All hold one share of stock ex except except cxcept ¬
cept Dudley who holds 94 shares
YOUNG WOMANS MONEY MONEYIS
IS STOLEN AT DEPOT DEPOTHer
Her suit cases stolen from the platform platformof
of the 0 S L depot In this city one of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them containing J22 22 all of her money
Mary Ryan a pretty young woman of ofKansas ofKansns ofKansas
Kansas City Is stranded In Salt Lake Lakeand Lakeand Lakeand
and Mrs Glfford the police matron will willtry willtry willtry
try today to interest the county tountycommls tountycommlssloners commis commissioners commissloners ¬
sloners in her case Failing In this Mrs MrsGlfford llrsGlrford MrsGifford
Gifford says that she will xe e that the thagirl thegirl thegirl
girl reached ner home homeMiss homeMI88 homeMiss
Miss Ryan had been visiting friends at
Great Falls Mont and had arranged to topurchase topurchbe topurchae
purchase her ticket In this city Her Hermoney Hermoney Hermoney
money was left In a glove in one of her hersuit hersuit hersuit
suit cases and these were taken by b thicfres thicfreswithin thlteswithin thieewithin
within five minutes after Miss Ryan had hadarrived hadarrived hadarrived
arrived in the city The girl states that
her mother Is a widow with three chil ¬
dren to support and is unable to raise raiseunds
funds for her J
MOTIVE POWER THEME THEMEFOR THEMEFOR
FOR MUCH MUCHDISCUSSION MUCHDISCUSSIONMembers DISCUSSION I IMembers
Members of Manufacturers Associa Association Association ¬
tion Enjoy Three Interesting InterestingAddresses InterestingAddresses
Addresses at Meeting MeetingMotive I
Motive Power In Factories was the thegeneral thegeneral thegeneral
general subject discussed dl cilssed at the meeting meetingof
of the Manufacturers association of ofUtah orUtah ofUtah
Utah held last night at the chamber of ofommerce otcommerce ofcommerce
commerce The members m mbers listened to three threepapers threepapers threepapers
papers on various phases of the subject subjectone
one on Steam by b Professor E H HBeckstrand HBeckstrand HBeckatrand
Beckstrand of the University of Utah Utahhe Utahthe Utahthe
the he second on Electricity by A J JMcMullen JlcMullen JMcMullen
McMullen of too Utah Light Railway Railwayompany Railwaycompany I Icompan
company and the third on Gas by J JE JB I
E Clark superintendent of the Utah Gas GasCoke GasCoke GasCoke
Coke company companyProfessor I
Professor Beckstrand who was the first firsto I Ito
to o speak said the usa of heat generated generatedrom
from rom water was known many centuries centuriesago centurlCingo I
ago but it was only in the seventeenth seventeenthcentury seventeenthcentury I
century that the experiments began whlcn whlcned whicnled
led ed to th the steam engine en lne He mentioned mentionedthe I
the fact that fourfifths of the power of ofhe ofthe ofthe
the he world of today is produced by tli tlisteam tltsteam
steam engine engineMr 1
Mr Ir McMullen spoke of the advantage advantageof
of the use of electric electrlcmotors motor In factories factoriesand
and of the Increase In the ute u e of electrl electrlpower clectrlpower electripower
power He told of the various modes of ofapplying ofapplying ofapplying I
applying the power powarMr powerfr powerMr
Mr fr Clark spoke of the growth of the thegas thegas I
gas business in respect re t to the furnishing furnishingof i iof
of light heat and power told of the in introduction ffltroduetion ¬ I Itroductlon
troduction of many appliances in which whichgas whichgas
gas is used and discussed gas as a power powerroducer powerproducer powerproducer I
producer > telling of the improvements improvementsbrought Impov improvementsbrought > Jnents Jnentsbrought
brought about in gas 8 engines
BIG ClASS Of SHRINERS SHRINERSThirtyOne
ThirtyOne Men HotFoot It Across Acrossthe Acrossthe Acrossthe
the Burning Sands at the theInitiation theInitiation theInitiation
Initiation InitiationUntil
Until the third hour of the morning morningthe
the IVystlc Shriners held forth at the theMasonic theMasonic theMasonic
Masonic temple in the great post cere ceremonial ceremonial ceremonial ¬
monial banquet which began last night nightThirtyone nightThirtyone nightThirtyone
Thirtyone aspirants to the Ancient and andAccepted andAccepted andAccepted
Accepted Order of the Nobles of o Mys Mystic lI Mystic s stic ¬
tic Shrone went through the initiation initiationInto
Into the mysteries of the El Kalah tem temple ternpie ¬
pIe and joined in the great banquet at atthe atthe atthe
the end endJudge endJudge endJudge
Judge C W Morse Illustrious chief chiefraban chiefraban I Iraban
raban of the order was toastmaster toastmasterand
and the responses were gems of wit witThe witThe witThe
The candidates who survived the theburning theburning theburning
burning sands were Carl Minus Burg BurgGarfleld BurgGarfield BurgGarfield
Garfield David Morrow Cooper Moab MoabJames MoabJames MoabJames
James Ritchie Cooper Ogden Winn WinnLeland WInnLeland VlnnLeland
Leland Eddy Brigham City Harry HarryGaston HarryGaston HarryGaston
Gaston Green Moab James Gardiner GardinerTooele GardinerTooele GardinerTooele
Tooele Louis Dahlgreen Gordon GordonCharles GordonCharles GordonCharles
Charles Edward Cable Jacob Albert AlbertHelss AlbertHeiss AlbertHeiss
Heiss Robert C Johnson Salt Lake LakeAugust LakeAugust LakeAugust
August Kennedy Ogden Robert B BLewis BLewis
Lewis Ogden Adolph Martin Miller MillerOJden MillerOJ MillerOjden
OJden OJ den Butler Bayard Ramey Salt SaltLakeThomas SaltLakeThomas saltLakeThomas
LakeThomas Dempsey Riggs Helper HelperHenry HelperHenry HelperHenry
Henry Rosenbluth Ogden John Nich Nicholas Nicholas Nicholas ¬
olas Spargo Ogden Louis Simon Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake James Cameron Chultz Park ParkCity ParkCity ParkCity
City Walter Seymour Scott Fort FortDouglas FortDouglas FortDouglas
Douglas Frank Edgar Witworth Wil William Wil11am VIllIam ¬
liam Prackwinckle Andrew Peter Han Hanson Hanson Hanson ¬
son William Wright Armstrong ArmstrongGeorge ArmstrongGeorge ArmstrongGeorge
George T Odelj George E Wilson Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake Frank H Hopkins Eureka EurekaCharles EurekaCharles EurekaCharles
Charles Lyng Salt Lake Henry John JohnHawley JohnHawley JohnHawley
Hawley Salt Lake John R Newman NewmanSalt NewmanSalt NewmanSalt
Salt Lake S D Nudget Salt Lake
KOREAN BOY ASSAULTED ASSAULTEDHoodlums I
Hoodlums Beat Student and Break BreakWindows BreakWindows BreakWindows
Windows and the Police Do DoNot DoNot DoNot
Not Act ActSet ActSet ActSet
Set upon by a gang of hoodlums on Sec Second Second Seeond ¬
ond South street between Main and State Statestreets Statestreets Statestreets
streets Kim a Korean boy who attends attendsthe
the night session at the Union school schoolwas schoolwas
was beaten and robbed of 15 1 at a late latehour latehour latehour
hour Wednssday night Cries of Kill Killthe Killthe Killthe
the Jap were started by the youthful youthfulrowdies youthfulrowdies youthfulrowdies
rowdies when Kim approached with hU hUschoolbooks hl hieschoolbooks
schoolbooks under his aim and before iore he hecould hecould hecould
could defend himself he had been at attacked attacked attacked ¬
tacked from behind and knocked down downThe downThe I
The thugs quickly rifled his pockets tak taking takIng taking ¬
ing 15 which he had saved to buy books booksA i
A newsboy Interceded for the Korean Koreanyouth Koreanyouth
youth and said This aint no Jap hes hesa
a Korean but the mercy shown by the thenewsy thenewsy thenewsy I
newsy did not have the effect effe < t of stop stopping stopping stopping ¬
ping the brutal assault until twenty min minutes mm mmutes ¬
utes or more had elapsed and the boy had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been pummelled almost Insensible InsensibleA I
A B Kesler K sler principal of the Union Unionschool Unionschool
school states thit hoodlums have been beenhaving beenhaving beenhaving I
having their own way in the neighborhood nelghoorhoodof I Iof
of his school and that recently fifteen fifteenwindows fifteenwindows fifteenwindows
windows were broken in one night by the thegang theang thegang
gang gangThere gangThere ang angThere
There has been no police interference
NOTED RIDER IN JAil JAilDick
Dick Stanley Conqueror of Old OldSteamboat OldSteamboat OldSteamboat
Steamboat Is Arrested Arrestedfor
for Assault AssaultDick
Dick Stanley worlds champion bron broncho broncho broneho ¬
cho buster and the only man who rod rodold rodeold rotkold
old Steamboat the hardest bucKer of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them all in the Frontier days exhibi exhibition exhibition exhibition ¬
tion at Cheyenne this year found that thatwild thatwild thatwild
wild west tactic are not approved In InUtah InUtah inUtah
Utah last night when he stoned W V C CFrederlckson CFrederlcklOn CFrederickeon
Frederlckson and Ivor R Wallace two twoyouths twoouths twoyouths
youths of about 18 from a tree near the theSalt theSalt theSalt
Salt Palace grounds last night and ad administered administered administered ¬
ministered a beating with a club Stan Stanley Stanley Stanley ¬
ley landed in the city Jail with a charge chargeof
of assault as auJt and battery docketed against againsthim a againsthim lnst lnsthim
him and was placed under J100 100 bond for forhis forhis forhis
his appearance today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The victims vlci s of the th assault u t were ere In I a atree atree atree
tree watching the th WHO west snow when whenStanley whenStanley whenStanley
Stanley discovered them and the alleged allegedassault allegedassault allegedassault
assault took place Frederick on who wholives wholives wholives
lives at No 775 South Main street and andWallace andWallace andWallace
Wallace who lives at 1120 11 Bueno avenue avenueare livenueare avenueare
are both suffering from painful cuts and andbruises andbruises andbruises
bruises
JAPANESE USES A FORK FORKON FORION FORKON <
ON HIS HISRiVAL RIVAL IN LOVE LOVEFighting LOVEFighting LOVEFighting
Fighting for the love of a white girl girlwhom girlwhom girlwhom
whom he says Layo Dato was trying to tosteal totteal tosteal
steal from him Ko Kuno a Jap oncoun oncountred e oncountred Coun Count
tred t red his fellow countryman In Plum al alloy 11IY iiley ¬
loy at about 11 1130 30 o oclock last night and
grilled his face into unsightllnesa unlghtJ1 with a afork afork I Itork
fork which he had carried concealed un under under under ¬
der his coat Patrolman A M 1 hast ar arrived arrived arrived ¬
rived on the scene sc ne In time to prevent preventKuno pl9VentKuno preventKuno
Kuno from Inflicting fatal wounds wou wouds dt A Acharge Acharge Acharge
charge of assault with a deadly weapon weaponwas weaponwas
was ddcketed against him at tb tbb police policestation polcostation policestation
station stationKuno stationKuno stationKuno
Kuno said when arrested arre ted He tty steal stealmy stealmy steallily
my girl I get even1 even
S
VETERAN ENGINEER IS ISFIGHTING IS1 IS1FIGHTING iSFIGHTING
FIGHTING FOR j = LIFE LIFEW
I IW
W L Kinney for twentyfive yjsars y yarsi yarsiengneer ars 1 1engjnerr n I IIngn8fr
engjnerr on the D R G rail1 raliMa raiiadmaking id idmaking d dmaking <
making an heroic run against tha ntuii ntuiiest lroaest
est block he has ever encountered d on the therailroad therailroad
railroad of life and his friends believe believehe I
he will oomo through Kinro Klnr was wasstricken wasstricken wasstricken
stricken with paralysis last Fr FTt1iy p but butsince ttsince I Isince
since being tak taken n to the hos hOSl1til tal 1 1 ha hashown as j I Ishown
shown remarkable reouppfim j > is r S Sand I Iand
and has partially reguna th iI nfl1iQ < > t Ins hslimbs i ilimbs Ilimbs
limbs Physic P Physhtars sld tuns ns state t td > < M h i r i iengineer i iengineer
engineer hid a B gJd jj phy phyu phyua iU u rl sia saA3 3 i ia Ia
a good chanco of recovery 1
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FRIENDS PAY LAST SAD SADTRIBUTE SADTRIBUTE SADTRIBUTE
TRIBUTE TO ROBERT ROBERTROSS ROBERTROSSThe ROSS ROSSThe
The funeral of Robert E R RThursday 1 1 as i he herid ii iiThursday I IThursday
Thursday afternoon at th t tgrecattonal PI CUI CUIgreaational i igregational
grecattonal church under th t tthe h > t tthe < e ethe
the McKean Dost O t No No1 1 I ot t tMr t tMr h hMr
Mr Ross served nnd und2r r G Gn n i r < ii iiand rid rldl rldland ridand t i itic
and General Th Thomas < mas as asrstary oji ojirtary oun s sretari
rtary to boti t tl and u d settlfd setti 1 a in 1 I Lr I i iU t I IUtah c
I Utah tah shortly shorthHr aft a < U r the th dos I if f t i iii ti ii iiHi
Hr 11 t f ft AI AIMth 1 t ii Ile e to tt Pau s svith ait L Ld k ki hr hrwith
with Iapt T i I Ball Balky h1 h I i ii tic ticu ii iiitv
li law IP II t tH l i = 1 eialty ciait of i IIW i > u lav lavi la laH i
H 1 li hi Ii < 1n 1 L u i Y < dent of OL Salt i J L < ite ietWdtyI I t tThe I Itwryiw
tWdtyI n r The Th Re Rev R i v 5imj 5imjn ri riiIi
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